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Julie Cooper is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science. Her research and teaching interests include early modern political theory (especially Hobbes and Spinoza); Jewish political thought and modern Jewish thought more generally; religion and politics; secularism, and contemporary critical theory. She is currently completing a book entitled Modesty and Dignity in Modern Political Theory.

Email: jecooper@uchicago.edu

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Past Courses

PLSC 28700. Jewish Political Thought. Autumn 2007

PLSC 27910. Hobbes and Spinoza. Spring 2009

PLSC 36910. Secularism and its Discontents. Spring 2009